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Gender News Articles: Feminism

Mar 14 2018 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Feminism, History, Intersectionality
Stanford Law professor and current Clayman Institute Faculty Research Fellow Rabia Belt explored the politics of the women’s suffrage movement in her Faculty Research Fellows presentation, “Outcasts from the Vote: Women’s Suffrage and Disability in the Long Nineteenth Century United States.”...
Mar 7 2018 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Feminism, Intersectionality, Leadership, Work and Organizations
Not negotiating is costly for women. This was the message of Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor of Management Margaret Neale at the Clayman Institute’s Graduate Voice and Influence Program’s event on the gender dynamics of negotiation. 
Mar 7 2018 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Feminism, History, Intersectionality, Law
Can curbing a woman’s right to religious expression affect her self-identity, her level of education, or her income? According to Clayman Institute Faculty Research Fellow and Stanford assistant professor of political science Vicky Fouka, the French headscarf ban in France has emerged as a model...
Feb 28 2018 | Posted In: Academia, Activism, Art and Literature, Feminism, Technology, Unconscious Bias
How are the virtual worlds associated with the internet threaded into the cultural fabric of a city? This question guides the research of Karem Said, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Stanford. Focusing on how internet use varies across gender, class, and other social markers...
Valkyrie robot
Feb 13 2018 | Posted In: Academia, Diversity and Inclusion, Feminism, STEM, Technology, Unconscious Bias, Work and Organizations
Do robots have a gender? Or, perhaps more curiously, why do humans feel the need to assign gender to robots? These are just some of the questions that Faculty Research Fellow Allison Okamura, Stanford University professor of mechanical engineering, posited to an enthusiastic audience during her...

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